Sonntag, Dezember 07, 2008

Truer Words Have Never Been Said...

This is rich in hubris, satire and absurdity.

Chris Dodd, the man who is in no small part responsible for the sub-prime crisis and the resultant US recession, now calls for the head of GM because "You've got to consider new leadership".

Yes, Mr. Dodd: you do need to consider new leadership. Such as replacing you and Barney Frank, just to begin with.

The hubris: telling someone who meets a huge payroll how to run his business after you've run the economy into the ground.

The satire: Mr: Dodd's belief that he knows that new leadership is what GM needs.

The absurdity: that Mr. Dodd hasn't been tarred and feathered for his role in the destruction of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, as well as his aiding and abetting the subprime crisis.

Sorry, but this is tantamount to an executioner telling the condemned man to cheer up, it'll be over in a few minutes. Of course, in this case the executioner paid the condemned man to commit his crimes.

The fact that the Democratic Party - sorry, meant to write "The Main Stream Media" - hasn't sanctioned these fools and banished them to something more fitting for their competencies (say, dog catcher in a small town in Maine), speaks volumes in terms of culpability and sheer arrogance. These fools have caused the recession, but are pushing the blame on others.

And the media? Either sycophants or thoroughly cowed.

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